Native Plants are beautiful, easier to care for, and healthier for our bay!
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Saving The Bay will take all of us. By becoming a member, you will be helping us mobilize The South Shore so we can heal our bay for future generations. There are four membership levels starting at just $25 per year and we will be adding membership benefits for each as we grow. And of course, with your membership you will get some of our cool, locally designed apparel and merchandise too.
Become a Member of Save The Great South Bay and support a local citizens movement. Sponsor Save The Great South Bay and make a difference… Read more
Save The Great South Bay encourages all local residents eligible for a sewer hook up (the red zones on the map ) to vote YES… Read more
Two years back, Save The Great South Bay was invited to become a member of the Fertilizer Workgroup for The Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan… Read more
Go Native! Go Naked! You can pay the expense in fertilizer, pesticides, and water trying to keep Kentucky Blue Grass and other non-natives alive here… Read more
Support Save The Great South Bay with your Amazon purchases this holiday season and year round! Buy local, but when you don’t, have Amazon help… Read more
Our Facebook Group has some interesting demographics, as per Facebook itself — age, gender, location, and frequency of posting. All this data matters as we… Read more
What will it take for Long Island to have a sensible development strategy given the inevitability of future storms and sea level rise? Six years… Read more
On August 26th, the 4th Annual Great South Bay Paddle Board Race was held, as it is every year, at The Bay Shore Yacht Club,… Read more
I stumbled on this GEM of a Video produced by Newsday in the 60’s. A time where fish and clams and oysters were so abundant… Read more
Up to 60% of the human body is water. The world is comprised of 71% water. Simply put— we are beings made of water living… Read more
Exciting days here! Drink The Bay Clean is now widely available at retail beverage stores all over Suffolk County! We have so far 32 retail… Read more
While Blue Island Oysters has its hatchery in West Sayville, its oyster farm is off Captree. And last Friday was my day to visit. In… Read more